Toronto teen’s vision for Canada wins $10K prize in Google doodle contest

Twenty National FinalistsThe Guest Judges and Google Doodlers will select the 4 best doodles from each of the groups as the national finalists. These 20 finalists will be displayed in an online gallery on the Doodle 4 Google website. The National Winner and Regional Winners were then voted on by google doodle contest 2015 public on Google’s site between January 31 and February 14, 2014. The call for submissions to this year’s contest closed on December 31, 2013. Submissions from all students in U.S. schools from kindergarten to twelfth grade. Parents/Educators are required to submit doodles for their students.

The four national finalists will each receive a $5,000 scholarship and a laptop computer. A popular customization for the Google browser’s homepage, a Google Doodle adapts the tech giant’s logo to mark special dates, holidays, anniversaries, events or the lives of significant figures. Toronto-area student Cindy Tang’s brilliantly coloured image of a telescope able to peer into the far depths of the sea has won the inaugural edition of the Doodle 4 Google Canada contest.

Books, and authors, and a never-ending mountain of worlds to get lost in. I could read 1,000 books a day for the rest of my life and still only scratch the surface of all the wonderfully inspiring stories out there waiting to be read. Doodles that are not original works, contain logos, or copyrighted imagery will be disqualified. “As I’ve been growing up, I’ve been realizing how much my parents do for me, and I’ve wanted to focus on that a lot more in my art,” she told the outlet. Artists create their Doodles using any materials they want.

54 State and Territory Winners The Guest Judges and Google Doodlers will select the best Doodle from each of the 50 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Virgin Islands as the State and Territory winners. These 54 State and Territory Winners will be displayed in an online gallery on the Doodle for Google website. In the future, it is likely that Canada will achieve in technology, especially the exploration of outer space.

I see harmony between people and nature, and making sure there are no endangered species or global warming.